Jesse D. England


Jesse England was born in 1982 in Oregon, USA. In his youth, he was exposed to wide a variety of new imaging devices which supplanted their predecessors (16mm, Beta, VHS, Super 8mm, CD, DVD, miniDV, NTSC, etc., all came to pass). He obtained a bachelor of science degree in multimedia design from the University of […]

Karen Curley

Karen Curley is a media artist, interaction designer, filmmaker and lecturer who explores the creation of interactive objects and responsive environments for live performance and media installation. Her work involves intersections between emerging digital technologies and analogue materials in the creation of immersive spaces, tangible interfaces, time-based media and audiovisual performance with projects often situated […]

Alex Cuffe


Alex Cuffe is a multi-disciplinary artist who works across sculpture, installation, sound and video. In recent years he’s approached the medium of video in his practice, producing short documentaries and films. In his sculptural practice he produces objects in relation to convoluted theories drawn from mundane  personal histories, science, geometry, kinetics and acoustics utilising the […]

Holly Childs


  Holly Childs is an artist and writer based in Melbourne. Her writing has previously appeared in Overland, Going Down Swinging, Endless Lonely Planet and Magasine. She has exhibited in Australia and internationally. She is a co-editor of Crazy in Love magazine. Deleting Aerosmith Share

Sarah Byrne

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Sarah Byrne is a Brisbane-based artist interested in the cross-pollination of video, sound, and performative installation practice tainted by cringe culture and pop critique. Through processes of addressing the re-edit, Byrne investigates conceptual and material forms of appropriated video poetics, and the disruption of psychological and screen spaces. Playing emphasis upon cut and paste repetition […]

Tega Brain


The Ordinary Collective The Ordinary Collective are Tega Brain, Caddie Brain and Brendan Phelan and have been working together in Sydney since 2009. Their work explores everyday objects and ideas that are so familiar, they are mostly overlooked. The collective makes installation work as well as publishing the well loved online magazine, Ordinary Magazine. The […]

Cristine Brache

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Cristine Brache is an artist.  She lives and works in Guangzhou, China.  Her videos have recently been screened in places such as The Phillips Collection, the Museum of the Moving Image, and at the Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux de Paris.  Visit for more info Ad for Self-Immolation Share

Aaron Bowles


Aaron Bowles’ artistic practice is one that moves between mediums, incorporating elements from all disciplines of art-making, such as painting and video, or architecture and performance.  He has exhibited at numerous venues across the U.S. including Columbia University’s M.W. Offit Gallery in New York, Parrish Art Museum in Watermill, NY, Rogue Video and Performance in Brooklyn, […]

Lucinda Barnett

Lucinda Barnett is a Melbourne based artist who recently completed her studies at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a BA in Fine Arts Photography. Lucinda’s practice is concerned with the still and moving image of her family history. Lucinda also curates and interns at Screen Space Gallery in Melbourne, a space dedicated to […]

Robyn Backen

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Robyn Backen is a Sydney-based artist and recipient of the Australia Council Fellowship for 2012-14. Backen’s new body of work evolves from her research into the acoustics of ancient whispering architecture. Her installations are often technologically complex yet are minimal in appearance. Systems become the subjects of her work, like those of language and code, […]

Scott Baker


‘Scott Baker is a Multimedia artist from Melbourne, Australia and has over 20 years experience working across the areas of installation art, experimental music, video and illustration. For the past several years he has been exploring synaesthetic modalities with the audio-visual project Abre Ojos. Combining vintage analogue electronics with 21st century digital technology the Abre […]

Morgan McKellar


Experimental/abstract video piece about the time wasted and the noise endured from many years of faithful TV viewing, the sleepless pixel or cathode ray that’s always on somewhere buzzing away, and clouds of signal data humming around the earth. Ken Slothe 1 Share

Kevin Logan

Kevin’s cross-disciplinary practice spans over two decades, comprising installation, digital media and sound composition/design. He has exhibited and performed internationally, has had sound works on compilation CDs and audio-visual works screened in festivals worldwide. He is currently a PhD student at University of the Arts London, where his research explores the sonic through gesture and […]

Peter Sansom


Peter Sansom has worked for many years as a media artist,sound designer and musician. As one half of Sustenance Productions he collaborated on both linear and interactive video pieces, contributing sound and interaction control software. Recently he has been experimenting with video, examining the inter-relationship between sound and picture, with a special interest in analogue video synthesis, early motion graphics, special […]

Mike Leggett


Mike Leggett has been working across the institutions of art, education, cinema and television with media since the early-70s. He has film and video work in archives and collections in Europe, Australia, North and South America and practices professionally as an artist, researcher, curator, writer and teacher. He has curated exhibitions of interactive multimedia for […]

Ralph Klewitz


I was born in 1965, raised in Switzerland and studied graphic design as well as fine arts. In 2011 I graduated with a Master of Arts in Contemporary Arts Practice from the Bern University of the Arts. My professional and academic destinations have been so far located in European, Asian and Australian metropoles and my […]

Gregory Kaplowitz

Gregory Kaplowitz is an artist currently based out of San Francisco who works with process based photography combined with appropriation, painting, and video. Since receiving a dual BFA from The California College of the Arts in 2007, Gregory Kaplowitz has participated in exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay Area, and […]

John Jacobs

John Jacobs

  John Jacobs is a radio producer, sound artist and freewheeling cyclist in Melbourne, Australia. He works at ABC Radio National where he co-founded the experimental arts and culture audio adventure The Night Air as well as the co-creative community space ABC Pool. John co-produced the popular triple j news theme, was at the birth […]

Harley Ives

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Harley Ives is a Sydney based artist. Working solely with the moving image to date, his seamless video loops focus on the visual qualities of an image and are read more as a moving painting or visual score as opposed to any conventional narrative. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours Degree from […]

Elliot Shields and Lewis Miles


Lewis Miles and Elliot Shields are two artists from Sydney. They share the same life path number of 7, which according to means they are devoted to investigations into the unknown, and finding the answers to the mystery of life. To date they have done so through video, sculpture and printmaking. Time + […]

Igor Imhoff


Igor Imhoff , born in San Giovanni Rotondo on 10/02/1976 . Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2001. Currently teaches animation and digital sculpture / 3d modeling at the ” International School of Comics ” in Padua . At the same time carries out graphic and animator in the advertising and entertainment. Artistic […]

Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison is an Australian sound and video artist. His practice encompasses live performance, gallery installation and festival screenings that have focused towards the synergistic properties of the moving image. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions nation-wide and his audiovisual works have screened extensively nationally and abroad. His primary research and output has […]

Soda Jerk

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Soda_Jerk is an Australian two­person art collective that works with sampled material to trouble formulations of cultural history.  Taking the form of video installations, cut­up text and lecture performances, their archival practice is situated at the interzone of research,documentary and speculative fiction. For Tele Visions they pay tribute to the anonymous masterminds behind the Max […]

Tara Cook


Tara Cook is a Melbourne based contemporary media artist, PhD candidate and Gallery Director at New Low. She is interested in better understanding our relationship with technology through artistic research, curatorship and practice.  Her photographic, moving and interactive media artworks reflect on the self and the work of art in the digital age. Often saturated […]